Game skills or fundamental movement skills for the promotion of physical activity outcomes among primary school children? Outcomes of a cross-sectional study


Background: During sports, high level players extract more relevant game information using perceptual-cognitive skills and use their motor skills to engage in more purposeful and high quality play. Despite motor and... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Andrew Miller (University of Newcastle)
  2. Narelle Eather (University of Newcastle)
  3. Nick Riley (University of Newcastle)
  4. Mitch Duncan (University of Newcastle)

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• Innovative perspectives on physical education, physical activity, health and wellbeing a


PS3-F » Oral - Fundamental movement (17:00 - Thursday, 26th July, Salisbury, JMCC)

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